Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 47
Rated 2 out of 5 by Gingerjoan Don't bother.
Super cute, but, seriously, the most uncomfortable tennis shoe ever. I was so excited to get these and loved how they looked on. However, when I started walking in them, I couldn't wait to take them off. Completely flat inside. No support at all. Nada. Chuck Taylor's feel like walking on pillows compared to these. So cute, though. That is what I am giving them 2 stars, for looks only.
May 31, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by doro poor quality
I bought a pair of these shoes a year ago, and they lasted only several months. The sole detached from the upper part of the shoe. Then, I bought these shoes a second time (which I know is my fault, but I did it because I really like these shoes and J Crew quality is usually good, so I thought maybe there was just something wrong with the other pair). But, the same thing happened with the second pair. So, I would not recommend these based on my experience, which is with normal use they completely fall apart in 4 months.
June 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by valper a must have in my closet
By now I had bought 8 pairs of this shoes for the past 5 years. they are very versatile and must have for warm weather. cute and comfy, and washable. I wash them every 2 weeks with my bathroom rags and a pair usually last 3-4 month before the glue starts coming apart. They are not sneakers but tennis shoes - no padding in sole. Fit true to size. with time they mold to your foot and fabric softens.
November 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by MOMom Classic.
Love this style sneaker. Just bought my 2nd pair to replace the dirty ones I wore all last summer. My only complaint with these it that my feet somewhat ache at the heel and on my souls after several hours of wear. Not the greatest support. Have not tried an insert of some sort, but that might be a solution for those experiencing soreness too.
May 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by JenniferD A shoe runs large . . . a first for me!
I purchased this shoe in the White and Navy as a casual sneaker for summer. It's definitely more of a "fashion" sneaker - not a lot of padding and those who need more cushioning may prefer J.Crew's Nike or New Balance options. The most surprising thing about the shoe was that it ran large, and after years of saying "No thanks" to sale associates' trying to get me to wear a 9.5 instead of a 10, I finally needed a 9.5!
May 18, 2014